This handbook is designed to assist civil society to critically analyse domestic biosafety laws and provide guidance to track GMO applications step by step and on a case-by-case basis; and to prepare and publicise objections to GMO applications and mobilise the media and general public.
Community briefing on climate change.
How to fight for water justice and get your government to take the UN’s two groundbreaking resolutions and make them work.
This report demonstrates that poor, rural communities with weak governments can better deliver safe, clean, affordable water to their residents by partnering with one another.
This toolkit clarifies the processes surrounding CDM projects. Key issues and technical jargon are explained, and opportunities for public input are identified.
A toolkit to help communities who are being asked to accept or engage in market-based conservation projects. (Note - you need to click on 'more information' to find the link to this toolkit's multiple chapters.)
A global economy that has benefited a small elite is no accident: it was carefully designed by politicians who often worked for transnational corporations and at times were rewarded by them after leaving office.
This booklet weaves together stories, analysis, organising tools and provocative questions, to give a snapshot of the US climate justice movement and provide pathways for readers to participate in it.
Toolkit on the potential negative impacts of REDD+ on indigenous peoples.
Training material for African peasant organisations from seminar held in Nyéléni, Mali, 2010.
Just 10.9 million people, or 0.15%, control $42.7 trillion dollars or two thirds of world GDP. An even tinier group of people, 0.001%, control a third of that amount. Where are they based? What could this money pay for?
Who are they and how did they make their money? Which are the best countries to be rich in?
Which are the biggest companies in the world? Which corporations control them? How does their power compare with states?